A SILENT VOICE: ANIME FEATURE REVIEW

SUMMARY A Silent Voice is a Japanese anime feature, helmed by upcoming director Naoko Yamada, released in select American theaters Friday October 20th. It came in at number two at Japan’s box office its opening weekend. The film is similar to Your Name, a contemporary drama with a teenage male and female lead. . Naoko...

Black Films: 4 Story Lines I’d Love To See Explored

Black films in the Hollywood system can be limited in subject matter. I've been a cinephile ever since I first glanced a screen. I've been passionate about films and how they were made since the pre-Netflix era. I took weekly trips to the video store with my father when I was a little girl....

BGN Comic Review: GOTHAM CITY GARAGE Issue 1

Written by: Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Art by: Brian Ching GOTHAM CITY GARAGE is a new Digital First series is based on DC Comics’ series of collectible statues.It can be found on comiXology for 99 cents an issue. In this first issue, we learn about Kara Gordon’s life in a utopia known as “The Garden”, the...

8 Must-See Anime For Halloween Fans

Halloween is almost here and this is the perfect time to binge on horror, supernatural, and monster-themed anime. If you’re looking for something new to watch this October, take a look at the below list of spooky or maybe not-so-spooky treats. TOKYO GHOUL (Drama) In this world, human-like creatures called ghouls feed off of human flesh. Ken...

Jessica Jones: Alias (Opinion)

By: Shawn Reynolds Up until the Netflix series adaptation, my knowledge of Jessica Jones was purely Wikipediaish. Almost two years later, after going through the rest of the Marvel Netflix universe, I decided to rent Jessica Jones: Alias by Michael Bendis. I've heard about this comic in passing around the internet, but I never knew how...

‘Star Trek: Discovery’: How Michael Burnham Speaks to my Perfectionist, Highly Sensitive Struggles

As I've stated in my SlashFilm review, I've always been a Star Trek fan ever since I watched Star Trek: The Next Generation with my dad about 20 years ago. But while Jean-Luc Picard will always be my favorite Star Trek captain ever (who can say no to Patrick Stewart and the way he...

When Biracial Actresses Become the Main Faces of Black Girlhood

Biracial Identity As the Standard Bearer For Blackness Lately, whenever there’s a mention of a woke, young Black starlet it’s either Zendaya, Yara Shahidi, or Amandla Stenberg. It’s great that these actresses are getting recognition, but the fact that three biracial girls have become the predominant representatives of young, Black girlhood makes me wonder about...

Wonder Woman and the Women of Doctor Who

Over 82,000 people convened in Atlanta, GA from September 1st-4th for the city’s annual ode to all things geek, nerd, cosplay, and gaming related. DragonCon has become a 4-day, Labor Day weekend extravaganza that brings all the activities and star power of SDCC and NYCC but with a more manageable crowd. This year, the...

7 Things We Learned About ‘Doctor Who’ actor Matt Smith at DragonCon 2017

Every year, DragonCon’s BritTrack celebrates all things related to pop culture across the pond. The programming is packed with panels about TV shows from current hits including Orphan Black and Poldark to old favorites like Red Dwarf. But, the track has a special affinity for the iconic British science fiction series Doctor Who. This...

Art Imitates Life: Dark Matter Fans, Cast, & Crew Battle the Corporations

It’s Friday, two weeks after Syfy pulled the plug on one of its highest rated shows, Dark Matter. That sentence might seem nonsensical but showrunner, and the fandom's ad hoc Business of Media professor, Joe Mallozzi did a pretty good job explaining how something like this happens. Bottom line, it was the business decision...
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